Wednesday, March 1, 2017

What was I reading in February 2017?


- OpenScope An Open Source Multi-function Board - Electronics-Lab
- Stop Disabling SELinux: A Real-World guide
- Typing Practice for Programmers SpeedCoder
- CoVim - Collaboration in Vim!


- Using tmux properly
- Terrible Ideas in Git
- Military Reading List
- Shaarli


- House Passes E-mail Privacy Act
- oxford-cs-deepnlp-2017/lectures
- Op-ed: Windows 10 0day exploit goes wild and so do Microsoft marketers
- Learn C Programming With 9 Excellent Open Source Books


- Windows Subsystem for Linux: Wine runs on it! No idea why but...


- What Vizio was doing behind the TV screen


- muesli/beehive - An event/agent system
- marcan/ - Wipe and reinstall a running Linux system via SSH, without rebooting.
- Keybase's end-to-end encrypted chat
- Oracle refuses to accept pro-Google fair use verdict in API battle - Means there's more of the shambling horror to come...


- I Do Not Know C
- Now sites can fingerprint you online even when you use multiple browsers
- Fuzzing PCI express: security in plaintext


- a discussion of Fedora's legal state []
- Getting Started with Deep Learning - Silicon Valley Data Science
- A rift in the NTP world []


- Neuromancer - Audio Book : William Gibson : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
- Toward the Discovery of Citation Cartels in Citation Networks
- Tsundoku - One man's libary is another's OCD. You decid(Never mind that! None of your business! Go away!)


- Getting started with Vim


- Google Site Search - Google Enterprise Search
- World of Tanks streamer dies during 24-hour Twitch marathon
- The Hidden History of the Laundry Chute
- The PMP - How it Ruined Project Management


- Encryption Primer


- Is Your Child A Hacker? - I'd thought this meme was dead, years ago.


- Why Nothing Works Anymore
- Secondhand Smoke Is Not Nearly As Dangerous As We Thought. Shouldn't That Matter?

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